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Seventh Generation is one of the nation's leading natural brands of household and personal care products. The company lives its commitment to "caring today for seven generations of tomorrows," with products formulated to provide mindful solutions for human health, air, surfaces, fabrics, pets and people within your home—and for the community and environment outside of it.
Unscented baby wipes by Seventh Generation are thick, strong and ready to get to work. Designed to be Kind to your baby, these generously-sized wipes are built with the cleaning power you need and the care your baby deserves. You’ll get all the comfort and performance of cloth while using fewer wipes. Try using just one less wipe per change and watch the savings grow. Serious cleaning is needed for more than just sensitive bottoms. Seventh Generation baby wipes are all-in-one mess masters, quickly swiping up spills and gently unsticking little hands. Count on them for beach days, spaghetti nights and everything in-between.
When it comes to our baby wipes, Free and Clear means more than just unscented and dye-free. Our wipes are also free of alcohol, synthetic fragrances, parabens and phthalates. They’re non-toxic, non-sensitizing, hypoallergenic and safe for use on sensitive skin.Your baby doesn’t get to choose what goes on her sensitive skin, but you do. Now, you can feel good about choosing Free and Clear love.
Our strongest baby wipes yet are also naturally designed to support our mission. Seventh Generation is committed to the health and happiness of your baby and our planet, so our Free and Clear Baby Wipes get their strength from wood pulp, a renewable resource. Seventh Generation lives this commitment by searching for and delivering more sustainable solutions and never testing products on animals. Now you can have a clean baby and a clean conscience—all in one.
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They are thick and cushy wipes that are free of all those yuck chemicals. They break down more easily in the environment - which is the main problem with wipes these days. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Sally
I tried two other "natural" baby wipes and like these the best by far. They have absolutely no smell or residue. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Heather Strout
These wipes are my favorites, and after having four babies, I can say I'm a discerning user of baby wipes! Read morePublished 5 days ago by Bronwyn E. Ramey
I used the old Seventh Generation wipes for a long time but am thrilled with the new wipes! I can't imagine why some people are calling them "rough". Read morePublished 7 days ago by momofthree
Really like these wipes, both for their ingredients (or lack there of) as well as the quality. I tried the non thick ones from the same company and was not impressed. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Erin
I love these wipes. Very strong and a great price for so many wipes! Feels great to use such a healthy option!Published 8 days ago by The Man
Excellent for child with several skin sensitivities. Only one except Honest that he can tolerate. Wonderful for home. Not really good for travel. Package leaks. Read morePublished 10 days ago by GAMS Mommy
These wipes are perfect to wipes toddlers' faces/hands after a meal. The are like per-moistened paper towels without chemicals. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Margaret Berry
I've read some bad reviews about these wipes, and I just don't get it. I have 3 kids, 2 still in diapers, so I consider myself a wipe-ologist. Read morePublished 15 days ago by farmgirl